Have an Enchanting New Year

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I hope you all have enjoyed the past few weeks of festivities with your friends, coven and families. As 2012 comes to a close, I wish you all a new year full of good health, success, love, and magick.

Here is a spell of mine that was first published in the Spell-a-day Almanac in 2007 for New Years eve. I thought you would all enjoy it!

December 31st (New Years Eve)
At midnight on New Years Eve stand at your threshold and repeat this spell to welcome in the year. This New Year’s Eve spell calls for prosperity, health and happiness. It also reaffirms your vows as a Witch to “Harm none.”  A few minutes before midnight, light a white candle, to symbolize the new year. Then set it in a prominent place and move to your front door. Open the door wide and repeat the spell as the new year is born.

*As the clock strikes twelve, so begins a new calendar year,
Now ring in prosperity, health, happiness, and good cheer.
I welcome this magickal year with hope and open arms,
May I keep my vows to help, to heal, and to cause no harm.
By the powers of hearth and home this spell is spun,
                                             As I will it so shall it be, and let it harm none.

 *Copyrighted material- This spell was written by Ellen Dugan and may not be reproduced in any form without written permission from author.

Have an Enchanting New Year!
Blessed be, Ellen

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  1. my door will be open at midnight! thank you! happy new year!

  2. Thanks, Ellen. What a great way to greet the new year!

  3. Beautiful! I will open my door. Thank you for sharing and have a beautiful new year.

  4. Happy New Year to you, Miss Ellen, all the best to you in 2013!

  5. I will be working on that evening, so nothing special will be going on for me unfortunately :(

  6. My door & arms will be open to welcome 2013 :) Thank you so much for another wonderful working. Happy New Year, Ellen!

  7. I will certainly be doing this tonight with my glass of Sangria in hand! A New Year's libation is certainly in order ;

    Happy New Year, Ellen- and a very blessed 2013 to all!


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